Every customer has the potential to alter perceptions of your business positively or negatively. When handled proactively, their word-of-mouth influence can be a powerful tool for your content marketing team.
Promoted content drives stronger performance. Here are tips to help with paid search, native advertising, influencer marketing, and social media platform advertising on Meta platforms, Twitter, LinkedIn, and TikTok.
Each visual content asset or experience tells a story. Are visual assets communicating what your brand wants? More importantly, do they deliver what your audience wants?
Given how Instagram controls its algorithm to surface content on the platform, what is a marketer to do? It turns out a lot and it boils down to these two things.
Ease your creative struggles and sharpen your tactical execution by learning from these winning content marketing brands.
Social media can be a good place to promote your full-length content. But don’t expect great images to do all the work. Here are some text tips to prompt scrollers to stop, read, click, and read some more.
It’s hard to keep the content on your social channels fresh. Luckily, your brand doesn’t have to create everything from scratch. Look to your customers, friends, influencers, and others who are and could produce user-generated content.
If you give them something to talk about (and sometimes even when you don’t), people will be commenting, mentioning, and chatting about your brand on social media. So, you better listen up. Here are some tools to help.
A scary-smart horror parody from Umault skewers companies that stalk people who dare to pass through their content gates. Party City treats its audience to original research on a content sweet spot. And the Food52 community shows it’s better to give and to receive.
You can publish a steady stream of social media content that attracts an audience without creating it from scratch. How? Content curation. These five ideas will help make it even easier.
This woefully underused audience research tactic lets you spy on your competitors, monitor your industry space, and identify the voices in your sector. It’s time to amp up your social listening efforts.
Your content marketing strategy is incomplete without a solid distribution and promotion plan. This guide walks you through the three phases to get your content in front of your target audiences.